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If you could sum up All the Stars in the Heavens in three words, what would they be?
A well know story of an illegitimate child of two movie stars, with a romantic spin. Slow story, with a great reader. No problems with the reader, just with the story!
How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?
The character of Alda is more interesting then Loretta Young and Clark Gable. However, the character of Alda just disappears about half way into the story, and the focus is on Loretta. Loretta was just too good to be true, and I missed finding out more about Alda and husband, Luca.
Which character – as performed by Blair Brown – was your favorite?
Easily Alda! From a nunnery to Hollywood, she was the most interesting, and the most unpredictable. Loretta was " a saint" and Clark Gable " a womanizer." No news there.
If you could rename All the Stars in the Heavens, what would you call it?
Old Hollywood Story Retold.
Any additional comments?
Somewhat disappointed in this book. Tragiani wrote so well in the Valentina series, and this book can be read on Wickipedia. As I said, the character of Alda was fresh and engaging, but she goes away too early.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
It was easy to listen to and seemed predictable. Interesting and through out the story wanted to seek out the characters and look for clues in the movies. Tough time to have any sort of dating in Hollywood and the consequences of being vulnerable.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful